Edward Gordon creates scenes of quiet beauty; the sense of solitude created by an absence of human figures evokes the senses of the viewer instead. A consummate draftsman with a keen eye for depicting his subject matter, he achieves painstaking precision in his rendering of texture, color, and form.
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Quiet Afternoon Piano solo [Sheet music] Peermusic Classical (Piano Solo). By Ned Rorem (1923-). Piano. Peermusic Classical. Softcover. Peermusic #60987-501. Published by Peermusic. $10.95 - See more - Buy online Pre-shipment lead time: 24 hours - In Stock. Similar items. Details. Details. The Quiet Room
The Interlude, quite a finding for its quiet beauty just in the midst of such solemnity, is preceded by a low octave, immediately following the first part of the most celebrated melody. Composing at least one funeral march was de rigueur for the musicians of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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In music, the dynamics of a piece is the variation in loudness between notes or phrases.Dynamics are indicated by specific musical notation, often in some detail.However, dynamics markings still require interpretation by the performer depending on the musical context: for instance a piano (quiet) marking in one part of a piece might have quite different objective loudness in another piece, or ...
James Todd, principal cellist of the Arapahoe Philharmonic in Denver, makes a crossover from classical music to his own original compositions on his debut album, Quiet Beauty. The music naturally bears a heavy classical influence, but it also reflects its name in being calm and melodic. Todd frequently overdubs several celli, creating his own chamber orchestra in which the instruments harmonize with each other and with William Morse 's piano.
The raucousness of the title track is contrasted with the quiet beauty of songs like "Everything Changes", "Best Foot Forward" and "Only In My Mind". The album transitions seamlessly from Ska to sea shanties, country to New Orleans Junker piano tunes, and even straight-ahead rock and roll.